Can I get back to you on this?
that's funny, along the lines of ...from the people who brought us "we don't want dictators in America, but we don't mind giving them a hand overseas"
so we can buy them for our little girls, or for the little girl dp residing in each of us.
This reminds me of what I saw in an Unreal presentation, where the environment designer was using Oculus Rift and the controllers; she was inside the world and adding props, including dropping a pile of stones off a cliff where they obeyed game physics and tumbled into place. She also modelled a lighthouse or some other structure in real time, adding materials, etc. Very cool art tools on the horizon.
We are now all afraid to comment.
Very interesting, and I have found that is just what's great about animation. I am working on a feature animation and while I sometimes storyboard to help get my ideas out, they are not super detailed, and much is derived or driven by the script. when I have my elements in place, then I can play around with camera angles, timings and even insert other ideas that come to me as I work. (as I also wrote the script) so it is very freeing, and rather a lot of fun. Please take a look at my film's website: www.evewilltolive.com I don't tons of content in there as I'm busy... animating! Great post, thanks!
rather dissatisfied with DJI and their habit of shipping defective merch and then taking an overly long time to repair it, no more gear from... for me.